City of Greater Shepparton
News Articles 2012
31 Jan — Greater Shepparton City Council is holding a series of summer strolls in small towns throughout February and March.
31 Jan — Greater Shepparton City Council is increasing community ranger patrols in the Murchison area after a number of reports were made about stray dogs wandering the streets.
27 Jan — Tonight at the Moooving Art 10th Birthday picnic, the winning entry in the “Design a cow competition” was revealed.
27 Jan — The winners of the 2012 Australia Day awards were announced at ceremonies across Greater Shepparton today.
27 Jan — Greater Shepparton City Council is seeking nominations from members of the community for its newly formed Heritage Advisory Committee.
27 Jan — Greater Shepparton City Council is seeking public feedback on its draft Cultural Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and Action Plan.
23 Jan — Join in a fun filled afternoon for all the family on Wednesday 25 January at Victoria Park Lake to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Moooving Art.
18 Jan — The second annual Greater Shepparton Summer Film Festival continues at Victoria Park Lake on Australia Day Eve (Wednesday 25 January) with the Australian film Red Dog screening for free on a giant eight metre screen.
18 Jan — Greater Shepparton City Council is working hard to ensure that our streets are safe, attractive and free of shopping trolleys and is encouraging residents to report any abandoned shopping trolleys.
18 Jan — Greater Shepparton City Council is offering three scholarships of $3000 to Division One nurses to assist with completing maternal and child health nursing training.
12 Jan — Celebrations to mark Australia Day will take place throughout Greater Shepparton on Thursday 26 January 2012.
12 Jan — Greater Shepparton’s Moooving Art Cows are celebrating their 10th birthday with a picnic to be held on Wednesday 25 January at Victoria Park Lake.
12 Jan — Public comment is sought on a proposal to redevelop Kialla’s Peppermill Hotel and install 20 Electronic Gaming Machines (poker machines) at the venue.
12 Jan — Due to the structural deterioration identified in a recent inspection of the Watts Road Bridge, over the Goulburn River at Mooroopna, the existing 10 tonne load limit has been reduced to 3 tonne gross.
11 Jan — Shepparton’s CBD will come alive in February, with the annual Bush Market to be held on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 February.
11 Jan — Street trees under powerlines in Mooroopna, Shepparton and Tatura will be pruned during the next two months to comply with the State Government’s Electricity Safety (Electric Line Clearance) Regulations 2010.
11 Jan — Work to install underground stormwater drainage pipes in Knight St between Wyndham St and The Boulevard outfall to the Goulburn River, is due to start next week
4 Jan — The entrance to Greater Shepparton City Council’s Welsford Street office will be closed until Friday 6 January to allow for works to be carried out on the footpath at the front of the office.
3 Jan — Greater Shepparton City Council residents are encouraged to make use of the Street Rider late night bus service this summer.